Not being able to sleep

by Re-Timer on 26 Feb 2014

Not being able to sleep

Research indicates that 1 in 10 poor sleepers can blame a mis-timed circadian rhythm for their woes. The circadian rhythm is responsible for setting the time you fall asleep and time you wake.

However, lifestyle factors can interfere with your circadian rhythm resulting in a sleep pattern timed too late or too early to provide you with a full night’s rest (not being able to sleep). Re-Timer has been shown through university research to re-time your circadian rhythm to provide a full night’s sleep.

Diagnosing a circadian rhythm condition is difficult given there can literally be 100 reasons why you may not be getting a full nights rest. But there is a 1 in 10 chance your inadequate sleep is explained by your circadian rhythm.

The best option is to visit your health professional and seek their opinion. Seeking professional advice is something we always recommend as it is best practice for any health concern. If you choose to purchase a Re-Timer before visiting your health professional, we do provide a 30 day money back guarantee for peace of mind. Please ensure you read the terms of use before purchase.

The information contained on this website is not intended to be used as medical information or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice. As a matter of good practice we recommend you seek the advice of your health professional before selecting a light device.

Additional information about poor sleep:

www.patient.co.uk

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